Want to get some more adventure near Loch Lomond, then visit Go Ape in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.
It has two of the country’s longest zip wires, each over 400 metres (426 metres is the longest). If that’s not enough, you fly 150 feet above the ground and right over a 90-foot waterfall!
While at the Trossachs National Park, you could also try one of Britain's largest off-road cycle networks, which include family and mixed ability trails. Or, head out on foot, and try one of the free orienteering maps.
On The Map
Take the A81 to Aberfoyle, at the roundabout head towards Aberfoyle and then follow the signs for Callander A821 (A84) with brown signage for Forest Park Visitor Centre.
Head up the hill and follow the Brown signs for Go Ape into The Lodge Visitor centre car park.
Then follow footpath signage to the Go Ape Cabin. Due to the rural nature of our locations, postcodes are not always accurate when using satellite navigation. Please always check the route it has given you before setting off, and cross-reference with a map.
Parking is £3 for the day.
AddressGo Ape Aberfoyle
Go Ape Aberfoyle The Lodge - Forest Visitor Centre, Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Aberfoyle, Stirling